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Will the revolution be digitised?

I had a great day on Saturday 23rd January at #ukgovcamp – the wonderful life affirming unconference of enthusiastic geekery bringing together approximately 200 politicians, civil servants, local government officers and technology suppliers. 285 more words


I failed at #ukgc15

It sounds a wee bit dramatic and at odds with what happened on the day. Judging by all the feedback we’ve received so far, by all means #ukgc15 was a resounding success. 1,630 more words


Local Democracy for Everyone - We are open...

We’re delighted to announce that Local Democracy for Everyone is being supported by UKGovcamp, through their fantastic grants programme. We are really grateful to Steph Gray and Dave Briggs at UKGovcamp for this helping hand to get us started. 447 more words

Local Democracy

Has UKGovCamp affected public sector service design?

I gave a 5 minute lightning talk at the Service Design in Government (@SDinGov) conference on Monday 19 May 2014.  The topic was, “Has UKGovCamp affected public sector service design?”.   436 more words


Steps on my road

This blog was inspired by a post (‘Steps on the road’) from Jo Ivens, CEO of Brighton & Hove Impetus who, in a previous role, worked on a project called… 727 more words


#ukgc14; revolution not evolution?

A few months ago, I stepped up to the plate at work and asked if anyone was interested in forming a softball team.  Fast forward to today and despite some teething problems, the “GDS Griffins” are 2nd in the London based… 218 more words


My report from UK GovCamp 2013

Peter Olding writes a beautifully clear summary of the sessions that he attended at UK GovCamp 2013. He learned a bit more about WordPress and Wikipedia at this unconference. 33 more words

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